THE 6 BEST TEA HOUSES IN BARILOCHE - [ - ]



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  Tangol 06/02/2024

Nestled in the magnificent landscapes of Bariloche, the world of tea houses becomes a magical encounter and a timeless refuge. These places allow us to connect with our loved ones and offer the perfect pause to appreciate life in a different way. Discover the best tea houses in Bariloche, where tradition, history and beauty are intertwined in a unique way.


Hotel del Casco

The Hotel del Casco offers a unique experience with its special tea service and tasting of regional cakes. This 5-star boutique hotel is located on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi and has stunning panoramic views.

It is the first in the region dedicated to art. It has 33 beautifully decorated rooms and common spaces with more than 400 works by renowned Argentine artists.

Equs Welsh Tea House: A Journey Back In Time


Located at kilometer 18.5 of Bustillo Avenue, Equs Welsh Tea House invites you to immerse yourself in the traditions of Welsh immigrants.

It has a varied and abundant menu. From homemade bread to the famous Welsh cake, Equs offers a feast of deliciousness to accompany your Welsh black tea.

The place has a small museum that keeps alive the living testimony of the Welsh colonization in Patagonia. In the background there is a beautiful garden where they harvest several of their ingredients. Its relaxed and familiar atmosphere makes this place a mandatory stop.



Bellevue: The pioneer of Bariloche


For more than 40 years, Bellevue has captivated visitors with its history and landscape. In 1982, a German couple decided to open their salon to welcome tourists with exquisite cakes and loose tea. This is how the first tea house in Bariloche was born.

It is located in the middle of the forest and to get there you have to cross a short dirt road. Its impressive view of Lake Moreno makes this experience like being in a fairy tale.

With a selection of pastries and savory options, Bellevue remains a landmark in the region's teahouse tradition.


Llao Llao Tea – Winter Garden: Elegance and Excellence


In the Winter Garden of the iconic Llao Llao Hotel, the Té Llao Llao tea house has stood as a synonym for excellence since 1993. This place offers a unique experience, teleporting us to another era with its palatial splendor.

With a high-quality pastry and an incredible view of Lake Nahuel Huapi, it is one of the best tea houses in Bariloche.


No me olvides: A Tea House in the Forest


No me olvides, the newest among the tea houses in Bariloche, is similar to a tree cabin located in the middle of the forest. With large windows and views of Lake Gutiérrez, this place has been designed and built exclusively as a tea house.

From cakes and sweets to savory bites, there are options for all tastes. Forget Me Not seeks to be a space of tranquility and memories for its visitors.

Chiado: An American Touch in Bariloche


Located at km 17,933 of Bustillo Avenue, it stands out with its vintage style. It is very close to the bell tower and is located on Lake Nahuel Huapi.


It has different options of cakes and sweets that fuse regional with international recipes. In addition, during midday it opens its doors with various proposals for lunch.

Its cozy atmosphere makes it a unique choice to enjoy the afternoon.



Meiling Tea House: Elegance in the Center of Bariloche


Meiling Tea House is located 10 blocks from the Civic Center. It is ideal for those who want to enjoy the tea houses without leaving the center.

With a wide variety of loose teas and a beautiful view of Lake Nahuel Huapi, Meiling combines vintage with modern.

This tea house has become an oasis of tranquility in the heart of Bariloche.










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